Profile and Curriculum Connection

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AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY,CULTURE AND LANGUAGE

Curriculum Framework

Correcting Misinformation

LESSON PLAN MODELS
Primary
Intermediate
Middle School
Senior High

Office of Indian Education
Dept. of Children, Families & Learning
1500 Highway 36 West
Roseville, MN 55113-4266
651-582-8831

CORRECTING MISINFORMATION

  • Columbus
  • Bering Strait myth
  • Heroes
  • Trinkets & beads
  • Thanksgiving
  • Treaties
  • How, who, why signed?

    Learner Outcome
    Students will be able to relate how history includes misinformation and bias.

    CORRECTING MISINFORMATION
    Applicable Minnesota Department of Children, Families & Learning:

    COMPREHENSIVE GRADUATION GOALS
    Minnesota graduates can function effectively as:

  • purposeful thinkers,
  • effective communicators,
  • self-directed learners,
  • productive group participants, and
  • responsible citizens.

    GRADUATION STANDARDS
    BASIC REQUIREMENTS

    Basic competency in the skills of:

    Basic knowledge of fundamental concepts from:

    REQUIRED PROFILE OF LEARNING
    To achieve a diploma a student must show an appropriate level of achievement in each of the following elements:

  • Learning Area One Read, Listen and View
  • Learning Area Two Write and Speak
  • Learning Area Five Inquiry and Research
  • Learning Area Seven Social Studies
  • Learning Area Nine Economics

    LEARNER OUTCOME

    ATTRIBUTES